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Posts From Festus Adedayo

Fayose’s seaside prayers as Nigeria in hands of mammy water

    Fayose’s seaside prayers as Nigeria in hands of mammy water

At first sight, you would think you had seen Mammy Water, that fish-god image created by Sir Victor Uwaifo, famous Joromi singer, Nigerian musician, sculptor and university lecturer. Should you run or obey

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‘The President Is A Sick Man’: Buhari’s secret surgeries inside Oneida yacht

    ‘The President Is A Sick Man’: Buhari’s secret surgeries inside Oneida yacht

The President Is A Sick Man is the title of a book written by Philadelphia-born award-winning American journalist, Matthew Algeo. It is a chronology of the medical travails of President

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Why Pombe Magufuli can never grow on Nigerian soil

    Why Pombe Magufuli can never grow on Nigerian soil

Statesman and late President of Senegal from 1960 to 1981, Leopold Sedar Senghor, through his philosophy of negritude, believed that Africa and its culture had manifest contributions they can make to European thought. Same for

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Burna Boy as Nigerian musicians’ gutters-to-Grammy story

    Burna Boy as Nigerian musicians’ gutters-to-Grammy story

When he voiced his ambition to be a standup comedian, Jewish American, Samuel Levenson’s mother was aghast. For a boy who grew up in a large Jewish immigrant family in New York’s

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Monguno’s missing $1 billion: Fraud or Freudian slip?

  Monguno’s missing $1 billion: Fraud or Freudian slip?

Unbeknown to many Nigerians who haven’t heard him speak, Major General Babagana Monguno (rtd), President Muhammadu Buhari’s National Security Adviser

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Buhari and his Tinubu Frankenstein

  Buhari and his Tinubu Frankenstein

The news last week that the Economic and Financial Crimes Commission (EFCC) had begun a probe into the finances of

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Arogidigba as the trouble with Southern Nigeria

  Arogidigba as the trouble with Southern Nigeria

An old photograph currently sits regally in the living room of a top Nigerian politician. Shot sometime in 1954, some

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Kadaria, Kagara and abductors of our collective intelligence

  Kadaria, Kagara and abductors of our collective intelligence

On sighting the headline of her piece entitled Nigerian Media: Let’s Stop Ethnic Profiling!, I initially thought well-respected media mogul,

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Gov Bala Mohammed’s paradise for AK-47, cows and Fulani

  Gov Bala Mohammed’s paradise for AK-47, cows and Fulani

At the risk of being charged for excessive hyperbolism, “AK-47,” “cows” and the word, “Fulani,” are the most notorious clichés

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Nigeria’s cow war: Northern elites as Orogun Adedigba

  Nigeria’s cow war: Northern elites as Orogun Adedigba

Oyin Adejobi, late Yoruba cripple thespian, renowned for his famous African alternative dispute resolution drama sketches called Kootu Asipa of the 1980s,

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